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Sup 8th, I have an opinion/n00b question:

I just bought a used Si Sedan, and the previous owner had put snows on the front and left what looks to be the stock summers on the rear wheels. I can't afford to get new tires yet (wedding coming up very shortly) so I'm wondering if I would be better off putting the summers in the front and the snows in the rear for better summer driving for now?

I will be getting all 4 new tires in July time frame, and I am not really pushing the car in turns at all, though when accelerating into a turn from a stop the snows get pretty angry. The softer sidewall is pretty noticeable too.

What's everyone think?

-G
 

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I guess to clarify I'm asking if it's better to have summers on the front wheels and winters on the back, or if I should keep the winters on the front and the summers on the rear?
 
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